Request for proposals

Contractor to organize Social Behaviour Change / Communication for Development National Summit in Beirut, Lebanon

Highlights

UNICEF Lebanon would like to tender for C4D summit contractor as stipulated in the attached LRPS. Hence, we are inviting you to submit your proposal to LRPS-2019- 9154940.

You are kindly requested to quote your best price and submit your proposal by e-mail ONLY to: lebtender@unicef.org not later than 12:00h, 20 January 2019, otherwise it will be considered invalid.

 

Proposals should be sent by email ONLY to lebtender@unicef.org in two separate emails not later than 12:00h, 20 January 2019: one email for the technical proposal and one email for the financial proposal.

- Email for technical proposal:

Subject line of the email must indicate: LRPS number- name of your company- technical proposal. The email must include: The technical proposal only without prices.

- Email for price proposal:

Subject line of the email must indicate: LRPS number- name of your company- price proposal. The email must include: The price proposal.

Proposals sent in another manner will be invalid.

 

The reference LRPS-2019- 9154940 must be shown in the e-mail's subject.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Please note that any inquiries related to this request will be acceptable through e-mail ONLY (rallam@unicef.org & sselwan@unicef.org) and will not be considered through phone calls.

 

Background

 

Communication for Development (C4D) or Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) has been an important aspect of development programming over decades. Today C4D is defined at UNICEF as the strategic use of communication, research and participatory community engagement to promote positive and measurable behaviour and social change. C4D is an evidence-based process that utilizes a mix of communication tools, channels and approaches to facilitate participation and engagement with children, families, communities, networks for positive social and behaviour change in both development and humanitarian contexts. It draws on learnings and concepts from the social, behavioural and communication sciences.
In the context of Lebanon, while the early years had a heavy focus and reliance on production of Information Education and Communication (IEC) materials for what was one-way communication from experts to target audiences, the latter years have seen increased participation of communities in situation analyses and decisions about communication channels and products in order to facilitate lasting changes in individual behaviours, community and socio-political factors. UNICEF Lebanon has also been working with multiple partners to defend children’s lives and rights by applying C4D which is contributing to various programmatic areas such as Child Protection, Education, Health, Water and Sanitation, Hygiene, etc.
In this regard, UNICEF Lebanon aims to organize the first ever national summit on C4D/SBCC in Lebanon in December 2019. The summit aims to provide a platform for government, donors, practitioners, scholars, media and other stakeholders to take stock of how far Lebanon has come with SBCC practice, where it is now and future vision for coordination among stakeholders and government leadership.

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UNICEF Supply Team
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